the rotational inertia will get greater." you say, why greater? well, i know a lot of things that i expect always turn out the opposite way. let's try it gang, look at this. okay, and like this, less rotational inertia, then you got tit-tit-- you see people walking. when you walk, don't you walk at a pendulum rate? don't you allow your legs to swing like a pendulum? isn't that true? and if you've got long legs, you've got a lot of rotational inertia or a little, long legs? long lazy legs. did you ever see those texans walk around? the phomp phomp phomp the long legs phomp phomp phomp, little short girlfriend it-tit-tit-tit-tit-tit-tit-tit. okay, that's physics. we see some people think, oh that little girl, man, she gotta take quicker steps to keep up. no, no, no, no, she takes quicker steps even when she is not keeping up with him, huh. how you walk, how you swing your legs, hey, it's physics, okay? long-legged things, take long lazy strides.